Much to the delight of our editorial team here at Automotive.com, some automakers have been shaking up traditional advertising— ditching worn practices of reciting features and praise— in exchange for a little humor.
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The 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show is fast becoming memory as we occupy our minds with filling Thanksgiving tables with mashed potatoes and gravy, green bean casserole, and the now-traditional turducken.
Hyundai let it slip during the 2012 Los Angeles Auto Show that it would preview a "large luxury sedan concept" at Detroit, and today that is confirmed via a teaser image.
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